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Geotechnical site investigations often do not take full advantage of geophysical methods. As examples, when delineating cemented strata and when detecting shallow cavities, investigations can be enhanced greatly for low additional cost by incorporating seismic surface-based measurements.
Building; Construction industry; Environmental geotechnology; Geophysics; Geotechnical engineering; Seismic waves; Seismic waves—Measurement; Surface waves
Civil and Environmental Engineering | Construction Engineering and Management | Engineering | Environmental Engineering | Geotechnical Engineering
Copyright: © 2005 SEG This is an Open Access article originally published at: http://jeeg.geoscienceworld.org/content/10/2/82
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